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Old 30-09-2014, 01:30 PM   #36
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The basic annual salary for an MP from 1 April 2014 is £67,060.. MPs also receive expenses to cover the costs of running an office, employing staff, having somewhere to live in London and in their constituency, and travelling between Parliament and their constituency..."They are exactly the same group of people," he said. "The reality is taxpayers are subsidising people to live in these homes. They need to be reassured" ....

MPs' pay rise: how politicians' pay has risen quicker than the workers'..The gulf between MPs' pay and what an average working family earns has widened significantly since the mid-1970s.. Members of Parliament were today offered a 11-per cent pay increase, taking their annual salary in 2015 to £74,000. It comes as public sector workers are given a 1-per cent pay increase and many salaries in the private sector are frozen or seeing below-inflation increases...

I could live on £53 in benefits a week, says Iain Duncan Smith..

Work and pensions secretary has been challenged to fulfil his claim that he could live on £53 a week in benefits.."If I had to I would, "Duncan Smith fucking prove it then smith...

Iain Duncan Smith £1m - Secretary of State for Work and Pensions

Former Tory leader Duncan Smith owes his apparent wealth to his wife, Betsy. He lives in a £1million house provided by her father, the 5th Baron Cottesloe, which appears to be tied up in a series of complex family trusts.. Duncan Smith earns £1,600 a week after tax as a cabinet minister and his travel fares would cost £20 or more from his home to Westminster...

George Osborne £4.6m - Chancellor of the Exchequer..The youngest Chancellor for more than a century holds a £2million stake in his father’s luxury wallpaper company, Osborne & Little, and lives in a £2million family home in London’s Notting Hill. His constituency property in Tatton adds another £600,000..

Nick Clegg £1.9m - Deputy Prime Minister..Like his coalition partner Cameron, Clegg’s father made millions in the City. While Clegg senior has an impressive international property portfolio worth several million pounds, the Lib Dem leader’s own wealth comes from a £1.5million property in Putney and a constituency house in Sheffield.

Theresa May £1.6m - Secretary of State for the Home Department and Minister for Women and Equality..

Vicar’s daughter May owns a £1million home in London with her husband Philip, and a home in Berkshire worth an estimated £600,000.

Years ago, Mathew Parris, then a Conservative MP, lived on benefit for a week for TV programme World in Action...and he could not manage...

The people who need to be on cards are all the women who get purposely pregnant to claim more child benefit,they are pumping one out after the other..from 5 different fathers, that is the reality smith ...not fucking disabled people and single people on JSA etc etc and You fucking lot need to be on cards take more taxpayers money than the whole of the UK put together, fucking millionaire hypocrites...

Who pays a politicians salary..taxpayers. ..Its about time politicains went on a benefit cards...I am sure they squander billions of the taxpayers money....

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